Lucy Davey has illustrated yet another stunning book jacket in the Campbell and Carter village mystery series. ‘A Matter of Murder’, written by Anne Granger, is the seventh in an edition of exciting Cotswold murder books.
Bright Artist Genie Espinosa has created some playful and colourful editorial illustrations for an article in It’s Nice That magazine. Genie’s bold, fun style pops throughout the article entitled ‘The cannabis conundrum: How should designers navigate the marijuana business?’
Hannah Bailey’s most recent Illustrations can now be found on the pages of Watergate Bay’s luxury Magazine, accompanying an article on the use of Botanicals in spirits by award-winning journalist Alice Lascelles.
We spoke to Hannah to learn more about the project…
We are excited to welcome Julia Allum to Meiklejohn; the latest artist to join our fantastic team of illustrators.
Creating abstract, brightly coloured, vector artworks, Julia draws influence from mid-century posters and vintage design. Recent clients include Savills, Transport for London and Tortoise Media.
Here is a selection of Julia's artworks.
TRANSPORT FOR LONDON
Appearing in London underground stations, these wonderfully graphic images were designed to advertise the city's Lidos and to inspire and encourage people to visit these amazing destinations.
Julia’s bold, geometric design approach is showcased in her modern poster interpretations. Featuring iconic subjects and the natural world, Julia’s unique illustrations are created using simplified shapes and layering colours to add depth.
Julia was thrilled to be commissioned to create a series of vibrant, artworks for Savills. Briefed to brighten up the day of anyone who sees them, we think Julia definitely fulfilled the task. The illustrations have been used across all media, including OOH and bus sides.
To see Julia's full portfolio, click here.